Beyoncé and Solange spent their childhood helping the homeless every week after church

Solange Knowles (L) and Beyonce Knowles pose. Photographed by Josh Brasted
Solange Knowles (L) and Beyonce Knowles pose. Photographed by Josh Brasted
Josh Brasted

The star and her sister Solange would feed homeless people in Houston, Texas, after attending church each week.

Tina opened up about Beyonce and Solange’s generous acts in a recent Instagram post.

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“Beyonce and Solange were 9 and 4 years old and were feeding the homeless after church with turkeys and can goods cooked by the ladies in the church. They were purchased by the few members of the church every Sunday. Boy, has St Johns come a long way! My kids learned about serving others as Kids partly because of St Johns,” Tina says.

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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